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Actress, Louise Allbritton, was born on Jul 3, 1920 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Allbritton died at the age of 58 on Feb 16, 1979 in Puerta Vallarta, Mexico .


Louise Allbritton was an aristocratic but peppy leading actress with chiselled features, whose film career was almost entirely confined to the 1940s. Despite often being cast as 'the other woman', she was poised, witty and had a great sense of comic timing that might have made her the successor to Carole Lombard. Her talent, like Lombard's, certainly looked at their best in screwball comedy, but she did not pursue a career with the same single-mindedness after her marriage to news commentator Charles Collingwood in 1946.

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Rose of Cimarron: Well, they say a man's the best company when he's alone.

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She died from spinal cancer.

While filming Son of Dracula, she and her costar Robert Paige were constantly playing jokes on their cast mates. One day, costar Pat Moriarty and Robert Paige were filming a scene where they flip open her Albritton's character's coffin. They were astonished upon opening the lid to find Albrittono inside, completely naked.

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